Be thankful for what you got.
It is now Friday, December 4, 2009. It’s been a couple of weeks since I last posted anything, here at the end of a surprisingly quiet autumn for the buddha is my dj. I realize that I’ve been posting less lately. (And, my god, there’s been so much that I could have (should have?) written about!) There are real reasons for the scarcity of posts, to be sure, but rest assured the following: the primary reason I’ve been posting less is that I’ve been deeply engaged with some other projects this fall; and you can expect more from these parts in the new year.
I am dizzy from rolling with the punches.
Rather than waxing on about the brotherhood of man, rather than saying, â€œwhitey and the Indians got together, so can we!â€ in his 1863 establishment of the Thanksgiving holiday, he talks about, to be frank, being thankful for what youâ€™ve got. He goes on and on about how screwed up the country is (we were, after all, in the middle of the Civil War), but despite how dire and terrible things are, the year â€œhas been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies.â€ And that we should be thankful for what we do have, and trust that the nation will be healed.
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